5 Things Developers Should Know About UX

Software and web developers often wear many hats, including the UX/UI hat. But some developers lack the knowledge and skills to design UIs or to collaborate effectively with UX designers and researchers.

5 Things Developers Should Know About UX

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April 28, 2017

5 Things Developers Should Know About UX

Software and web developers often wear many hats, including the UX/UI hat. But some developers lack the knowledge and skills to design UIs or to collaborate effectively with UX designers and researchers.

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Software and web developers often wear many hats, including the UX/UI hat. But some developers lack the knowledge and skills to design UIs or to collaborate effectively with UX designers and researchers. This can lead to a bad user experience, low user adoption, high support costs, unhappy customers, and the need to spend time and money refactoring. 

As UX and software development consultants who have worked with dev teams for years, we know how to bridge the knowledge gap. In this online seminar, we present 5 things your front-end and back-end developers should know to deliver a high-quality user experience. We’ll provide case studies and examples from our client projects and the work of others. 

What you'll learn: 

  • 5 things your dev team should know to deliver a high-quality UX
  • Which roles your front-end and back-end developers could and should play in UX work
  • Key UX best practices and techniques relevant to developers
  • Ways your dev team can collaborate with other disciplines to avoid building the wrong thing
  • How to provide both a great UX and great performance with large data sets
  • Which roles your front-end and back-end developers could and should play in UX work
  • Key UX best practices and techniques relevant to developers
  • Ways your dev team can collaborate with other disciplines to avoid building the wrong thing
  • How to provide both a great UX and great performance with large data sets

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